Tremors II: Aftershocks

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After spending all the reward money from his first encounter with the giant man-eating worms called "Graboids," Earl Bassett (Fred Ward) agrees to hunt more of the deadly creatures at a Mexican oil refinery for $50,000 each. Knowing that he cannot face the monsters alone, Earl recruits Burt Gummer (Michael Gross), another veteran of the incident in Nevada, to supply the firepower. There is only one problem: The Graboids have now evolved to attack above ground.

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Critic Reviews for Tremors 2: Aftershocks

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Audience Reviews for Tremors 2: Aftershocks

  • Jun 03, 2016
    The first Tremors film to go Straight-to-Video, and that video features one of the *worst* covers I've ever seen. Seriously, do yourself a favour and google that shit, it's amazing. Back to Perfection really ups the CGI quotient. Not always a bad thing but it is when the quality is as poor as this. I understand it though, home media releases don't typically get the biggest budgets. Again, Tremors 3 is nowhere near as good as the original, but it's probably only a single step (or maybe two) below Tremors 2. And so far all three of them have proven entertaining.
    Gimly M Super Reviewer
  • Aug 19, 2013
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  • Jun 06, 2012
    Classic! Will always be on the top of my collection.
    Shawn M Super Reviewer
  • Mar 23, 2012
    Say goodbye to the small town of Perfection, Nevada and say hello to Mexico. Fred Ward and Michael Gross reprise their roles in the Tremors sequel to save Mexico from Graboids, prehistoric, worm-like monsters that live underground. Right off the bat you can tell this sequel is going to do a really good job of capturing what made Tremors such a great movie: The blend of horror and comedy. Again, it works. Another thing I really liked about the first movie were the characters. Tremors 2 has less characters than the original and that was a downplay. Christopher Gartin's character could've done a better job at being a replacement for Kevin Bacon's character in Tremors, but it's a passable gripe. Helen Shaver is in it and she is pretty hot for her age. One thing I forgot to mention in my review for Tremors is how I loved that the special effects are all animatronics and no CGI. Don't get me wrong, I like CGI, but only when it's absolutely necessary for a movie and not overdone. (Are you listening Michael Bay?) The animatronics in this and Tremors are great and I love that it's all puppetry. Another good thing about the movie is how much more action-packed it turns out to be. I wasn't expecting it, but I enjoyed it. Something worth mentioning is some people who have heard of this movie but never seen are often like "Oh, a sequel to Tremors, there's nothing new, it's just set in Mexico this time." Well frankly, there is something new: The Graboids evolve. That's right, giant worms can have a life cycle. Overall, this movie is funny, exciting, well acted, well written and a really good sequel.
    Tyler R Super Reviewer

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